Lockers

All Georges P. Vanier students are provided with their own hall lockers and physical education lockers. It is the student’s responsibility to keep the lock combinations a secret, and to keep both spaces neat and tidy. Students are expected to keep lockers in good condition. If a lock gets damaged or lost, a $10.00 fee will be required to obtain a replacement. No open food is permitted in lockers as mold can easily grow. Please do not put stickers on the inside or use duct tape in lockers.  Please do not write on the outside of lockers – even if it is someone’s birthday! 

Note:  The locker and lock are the property of the CBE and can be checked by school administration as deemed necessary. 

Students’ lockers are not their personal property.  The use of stickers, markers or any other permanent change made to the lockers is not permitted.  Students must use a school issued lock on their lockers.

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